During Capcom’s Q&A session for investors on June 11, investors asked the company questions on their Monster Hunter, one of their biggest franchise, as well as the popular Nintendo Switch console.
Nintendo Switch gamers are arguably very sad when Capcom said that they had no plans to port Monster Hunter: World to the Nintendo Switch due to its difficulty. However, CEO of Iron Galaxy Studios, Adam Boyes, thinks that his studio can be of service to them.
Monster Hunter: World is Capcom’s largest and grandest Monster Hunter instalment yet and unfortunately the game is only available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC (in the future).
Capcom and GILD Design have collaborated together to make a new set of Monster Hunter World cases for iPhone X, iPhone 8/7, and iPhone 8 Plus/7 Plus.
If you’re still looking for the Monster Hunter World Collector’s Edition for PS4, good news – it’s still available on Amazon Japan.
To celebrate the launch of Monster Hunter World, Capcom has set out a challenge to Monster Hunters all over the world – prove that the monsters that exist in legends do exist in the real world.
Capcom has announced they’ve sold 5 million copies of Monster Hunter World on PS4 and Xbox One worldwide.
Monster Hunter World, the next major title in the Monster Hunter franchise, is heading to PS4 and Xbox One very soon.
I know, I know, Monster Hunter World is not coming to the Nintendo Switch, or any Nintendo Console for that matter. The franchise which had been sort of a Nintendo mainstay for the past few years has now moved on to more powerful consoles, the PS4 and Xbox One. I don’t blame them, really, I just feel a little disappointed.
Monster Hunter World won’t be coming to Nintendo Switch, Capcom has confirmed in an interview in Eurogamer.